At least not at the location that's pinned here or on Google maps. When I asked around I was told they've closed.
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Situated at a junction looking out on Jean Street you can soak up the buzz and movement whilst having a beer and pasta. Nice ambiance - very rustic with plenty of wooden features. Friendly staff as well.
We had wonderful evening in Laos restaurant with friends. There was perfect view on entire city and live music band playing all famous songs. You can sing along with them!
Laos must have been named after a traditional tropical herb. I visit one in cihampelas and the one in dago. Same good quality. Price is high. But it has been my favorite indonesian and western cuisines so it is fine by me. Laos Dago is...More
the price's not worth the taste. the fried rice was too greasy and the taste was not as i imagined. maybe i should try other menu on my next visit
Located on the left side before you enter the buziest street: Cihampelas. It's like an undercovered 'warung' but to my opinion that's the beauty of it. It serves a combination menus: local and home made pizza & pasta. Here is where you can find outstanding...More